What is scuba diving?

Scuba diving is a form of underwater activity involving wearing a breathing apparatus attached to an oxygen tank, so that divers can move freely underwater. Under the guidance of professional instructors, with the safety of participants as our priority, divers can enjoy the underwater world from a depth of 5 m to 12 m. Even divers without a license or experience can participate in our diving experience course. This is a diving package aimed at “beginners” and divers with no prior experience. People who cannot swim and children can also participate safely (12-60 years old). It is a relaxing way to experience Okinawa’s waters. The most attractive aspect of this activity is that simply entering the ocean will completely change your view of the world. You will be able to see the world through the eyes of a fish and admire the graceful coral reefs, terrain and creatures of all shapes and sizes

Scuba allows you to breathe underwater while experiencing sensations like weightlessness in space, which is full of addictive excitement.

Break free of your daily routine and get in touch with your inner child. Play with the schools of fish and creatures while swimming, or simply float with the current. Enjoy the moving feeling of having an unknown world unfold before your eyes.

After joining the Blue Cave diving experience course, head to the Blue Cave and dive under the water; enjoy the shimmering blue light in the water.

What is snorkeling?

Snorkeling is an activity conducted on the surface of the water. The difference between snorkeling and scuba diving is that snorkeling is not done underwater, but instead on the surface. Snorkeling does not require an oxygen tank. It requires holding a cylindrical tube in your mouth with one end above the surface of the water. The snorkelers swim with their face on the surface of the water while wearing or holding a life vest, diving suit or floats. Because the snorkel extends above the surface of the water, the snorkelers can breathe through the tube, allowing the snorkelers to enjoy shallower waters. Snorkeling does not require a license or swimming skills because it’s not done underwater. Therefore, those who cannot swim well, children and the elderly can also enjoy the fun of snorkeling (participants can be 6-65 years old). Also, scuba and snorkeling both provide an opportunity to get close to the fish and sea creatures. It is a simple and charming activity. Snorkeling is one of a handful of activities that are suitable for all age groups. It is the perfect activity for the entire family. Why not bring your family to Okinawa for snorkeling and create happy family memories for the young